Firmware update: Bose QuietComfort 35 II 3.1.8




Bose has released new firmware for the QuietComfort 35 II headset. The QC 35 II is a headset with active noise canceling to filter out background noise and has the option to control the digital assistant of Google compared to version 1. In the past, not everyone was happy about the changes in the performance of the active noise canceling , but the reactions seem positive so far. Updating the firmware can be done by using the Bose Connect app or by connecting the headset via USB to the computer and to this website . Firmware 3.1.8 must address various issues and adds further support for Amazon’s digital assistant.

Firmware version 3.1.8 Relates Notes:
Added support for Amazon Alexa virtual personal assistant
Security-related update to remove a bug that could allow an Android phone to connect via Bluetooth without user action
Stability improvements to Bose multi-point that allows you to maintain Bluetooth connections with two devices simultaneously
Performance and stability improvements to Bose Music Share that allows you to connect and share music between two Bose headphones
Fixes an issue that could require a power cycle after using the auxiliary input cable
Fixes an issue that could cause certain Voice Prompts to play multiple times
Improvements to the headsets, where supported, volume syncs with a mobile device’s volume
Other bug fixes to improve stability and improve performance
Bose QuietComfort 35 II

Version number 3.1.8
Release status Final
License type Freeware


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